MADRID - Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti has insisted he is happy for his side to continue with the counter-attacking style they have used to great effect in recent seasons. Madrid's pace and ruthlessness on the break was on full show as they scored five times in the final 35 minutes on their way to a 6-1 hammering of Galatasaray in their Champions League opener. Despite previously suggesting he would like his Real side to have a style more based on possession, Ancelotti acknowledged that he can't ignore the qualities that his players have on the break. "I can't go against the quality of my players, if we find the solution in three passes rather than 30 then we will do it," he said. "We will look for quick attacks, we have players with a lot of quality on the counter-attack." –AFP